Kerbala University made an agreement with the Canadian Government Institute and the United Nations’ Development Programme to open a training institute to develop the public sector and foster the leadership capabilities in the city of Kerbala.
The president of the University, Prof. Dr. Munir Hamid Al-Saadi, stated that an agreement was made with the Canadian Government Institute and the United Nations’ Development Programme to open a specialised training centre and establish a joint developmental project aims at developing the public sector and provide support for the leaderships and senior managers in the city. The university president also stated that the programme has seven levels that are precisely prepared to be applied in a one-year period to promote modern working concepts and enable institutes to simplify the work systems and to effortlessly provide services for the public.
The leader of the Canadian institution, Mr. Sylvan Dobra, stated that the programme is intended to strengthen the role of leaderships in the city and enable them to keep up with the diverse developments and to improve the way services are provided to the public. The programme will be conducted by lecturers as well as individuals with significant expertise in management from Kerbala University and international organizations.
The member of the delegation, Ms. Marie Pauleen, stated that the programme is considered one of the prominent in the development of leadership skills, which are important in identifying the diverse challenges in and outside the work environment. Moreover, the programme is intended to cultivate effective participation, instill scientific thinking in solving workflow issues, deepen the understating of effective management concepts, and provide participants with the latest managerial skills and technologies.